Ridiculous Vintage Bridesmaids Fashion That Show Just How Much Time Has Changed

The culture of Bridesmaid is very ancient, in some early traditions, the groomsmen were called Bride’s Knights. In some traditions, bridesmaids led the bridegroom to...

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The culture of Bridesmaid is very ancient, in some early traditions, the groomsmen were called Bride’s Knights. In some traditions, bridesmaids led the bridegroom to the church and the groomsmen led the bride.Bridesmaids in modern weddings are afforded a lot more freedom in how they dress and look. However, some of the historical protector powers...

Collection of Vintage Japanese Matchbox Labels: From 1920 through the 1940s

Smoking’s heyday is over, but until someone figures out how to make fire with a smart phone, matchboxes and books are unlikely to disappear.  Wherever you...

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Smoking’s heyday is over, but until someone figures out how to make fire with a smart phone, matchboxes and books are unlikely to disappear.  Wherever you go, you’ll be able to find goodies to add to your collection, usually for free. Shop This The Great Wave off Kanagawa Soft TPU Phone Case Cover For iPhone & Samsung...

Vintage Illustrations of The Future That Have Become Reality

Humans have never been content of just living in the present. We have this incessant need to know what will happen in the future. Why...

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Humans have never been content of just living in the present. We have this incessant need to know what will happen in the future. Why do you think Nostradamus got really famous? Predictions about the future come in different forms, just like this vintage cartoon illustrations here. These predictions go way back, as old as the...

Prepare To Be Amazed By This 340-year-old Smart Lock

A clever smart lock made over 300 years ago. This “detector lock,” so named because a counter tells you the number of times it’s been opened,...

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A clever smart lock made over 300 years ago. This “detector lock,” so named because a counter tells you the number of times it’s been opened, was created by British locksmith John Wilkes around 1680. In the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. The brass and steel mechanism would have been fitted to a door where valuables...

Eli Reversed The Gender Roles In Sexist Vintage Ads To Point Out How Absurd They Really Are

Eli Rezkallah is a 31-year-old visual artist/photographer who recently created a photo series entitled, “In a Parallel Universe” that re-imagines sexist ads from the mid-20th...

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Eli Rezkallah is a 31-year-old visual artist/photographer who recently created a photo series entitled, “In a Parallel Universe” that re-imagines sexist ads from the mid-20th century with the gender roles reversed. Eli noticed that a lot of vintage ads are really sexist, and then saw a link between the way those ads portray women, and the...

Pressed Glass Sculptures | Amber Cowan

Amber Cowan is a sculptor  who use the material of glass as her primary medium. Amber has been working with glass for over 15 years and...

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Amber Cowan is a sculptor  who use the material of glass as her primary medium. Amber has been working with glass for over 15 years and has received both her MFA in Glass/Ceramics from Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia and also her BFA in 3-Dimensional Design with a concentration in Glass from Salisbury University. Pressed...

Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol Demystify Their Pop Art in Vintage 1966 Film

By the mid-sixties, Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol had come to define a certain current of process-intensive, only superficially simple American visual art. This half-hour documentary captures both artists in...

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By the mid-sixties, Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol had come to define a certain current of process-intensive, only superficially simple American visual art. This half-hour documentary captures both artists in 1966, discussing their methods in interviews and executing them in their studios. via [OpenCulture] Shop These Heart Shaped Gustav Klimt Artwork Pillow Case BUY 2 GET 1 FREE, Use discount...

Then & Now | Combined Photographs To Compare Paris With The Past

Julien Knez is an artist from Paris (France). He found photos of the city Paris taken between 1871 and 1968, and then he photographed the...

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Julien Knez is an artist from Paris (France). He found photos of the city Paris taken between 1871 and 1968, and then he photographed the same site from the same angle. Here are some pictures from his new book “Paris, Fenêtres sur l’Histoire”, published by Parigramme. Julien explains: “When historical photographs are inserted into contemporary...

Ink Paintings on Vintage Books | Ekaterina Panikanova

Artist Ekaterina Panikanova recently opened her 3rd solo show at Sara Zarin Gallery in Rome in which she featured a number of ink and acrylic paintings on grids of...

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Artist Ekaterina Panikanova recently opened her 3rd solo show at Sara Zarin Gallery in Rome in which she featured a number of ink and acrylic paintings on grids of vintage books. Reflecting the age of the books, Panikanova creates imagery suggesting aspects of memory or old snapshots commingled with illustrations of birds, antlers, baked goods, and lace. To compliment...

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